Youth Services
This program is for youth struggling with substance abuse and/or addiction, many of whom are also experiencing problems in school and/or criminal justice involvement for the first time, often due in part to their substance use/abuse.
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Youth Services

(707) 544-3295

Adolescent Treatment Program

This program is for youth struggling with substance abuse and/or addiction, many of whom are also experiencing problems in school and/or criminal justice involvement for the first time, often due in part to their substance use/abuse. Center Point DAAC’s ATP seeks to address the underlying causes of use/abuse and encourages abstinence and healthy lifestyles for teens. The ATP is a 6-week program located at 6 school sites throughout Sonoma County. The program repeats every 6-weeks.

Youth outpatient services at Center Point DAAC

Youth Services Program

YSP is operated at the CP DAAC Outpatient Program in Santa Rosa. YSP provides assessment, evaluation, education and counseling for youth (ages 12-17). Parental consent is not required, although parental involvement is encouraged. Designed to support youth and their families in achieving a life free from substances. YSP provides individual, family, and group counseling, as well as case management, life skills training, and peer support. The average length of treatment is 12 weeks, however it can be extended based on the youth’s needs and completion of individualized treatment plan. Treatment groups focus on alcohol and other drug education, relapse prevention, development of a sober and healthy support network, and integration of recovery tools into the young person’s daily life. Family members are encouraged to participate in treatment whenever possible either through family sessions, or collateral sessions. It is important for family participation to support the youth in their recovery process. Most youth qualify for Minor Consent Medi-Cal; therefore, there is no cost to the youth or his/her family.

Hours: Monday – Thursday 9:00am – 7:00pm, Friday 9:00am – 5:00pm

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2020 First Quarter Newsletter
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We are here to help

We recognize that not everyone is an addict, and we offer programs and services for youth, adults and families designed to meet each individual’s unique circumstances.

GET HELP TODAY

If you, or someone you love, has an alcohol or other drug problem, the Drug Abuse Alternatives Center (DAAC) can help.

Call toll-free (877) 888-DAAC (3222) or (707) 544-3295 for more information.